oliguric


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oliguric

(ˌɒlɪˈɡjʊərɪk)
adj
of or relating to oliguria
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Out of 30 cases of renal failure, 24 cases (80%) were oliguric with mortality rate of 41.
Acute uric acid nephropathy is acute oliguric or anuric renal failure induced by renal tubular obstruction due to excessive uric acid crystals deposits caused by severe HUA.
Patient was oliguric in setting of acute kidney injury and high anion gap metabolic acidosis, so hemodialysis had to be initiated immediately.
When it occurs, a polyurie, hypervolemic recipient twin co-exists with a hypovolemic oliguric donor.
There is a theoretical risk of causing an oliguric patient anuric.
However, the patient did not experience typical phases of HFRS such as the febrile, hypotensive, oliguric, polyuric and convalescent phases.
Other common causes of neonatal hypertension such as hypervolemia due to oliguric renal damage; structural renal diseases such as polycystic kidney disease, aortic coarctation, and obstructive uropathy; medications such as corticosteroids; endocrine disorders; and bronchopulmonary dysplasia may be considered.
During the early oliguric phase, hypocalcemia occurs as a result of hyperphosphatemia and decreased synthesis of calcitriol.
Acute ingestion of PPD causes angioneurotic oedema of the neck and face, often requiring an emergency tracheostomy in children, and anuric or oliguric renal failure with chocolate-brown urine and rhabdomyolysis.
Clinical and laboratory findings in patients with oliguric and non-oliguric hantavirus haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome: an analysis of 128 patients.
Furthermore, it seemed that plasma MIOX was able to segregate patients with oliguric (traditionally more severe) and nonoliguric AKI.